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  1. Will Yahoo Torch its Search Deal With Microsoft, Outsource Search to Google?

    This attracted the attention of the Department of Justice, and Google pulled out of the deal later that year over broader antitrust concerns and fear of being labeled a “monopolist”. Less than a year later, Microsoft and Yahoo struck a 10-year...

  2. 50 Most Memorable Moments in Search for 2008

    It seems the team over in Mountain View wasn't up for a battle with the Department of Justice and nixed the deal just an hour before the suit was served. So they offered up a search advertising deal to Yahoo!

  3. Google, Yahoo Trying to Work It Out with the DOJ

    Google and Yahoo are attempting to avoid an antitrust lawsuit by working with Department of Justice on their search advertising partnership, according to the Wall Street Journal. Yahoo Also Launches Site Defending Search Ad Deal with Google

  4. SearchDay | Common Problems with 404 Error Pages

    The Department of Justice opened an official investigation into the deal months ago. Google Launches Facts Site About Yahoo Search Ad Partnership Posted by Nathania Johnson Sep 26, 2008 In Google's quest to make sure its search advertising deal...

  5. SearchDay | Killer PPC Ads: The Final Word

    The deal, which has come under much scrutiny from the US Department of Justice and a U.S. Association of National Advertisers Opposes Yahoo-Google Deal Posted by Nathania Johnson Sep 8, 2008 The Association of National Advertisers (ANA) have...

  6. Now States are Investigating Yahoo-Google Deal

    Just a few weeks after the US Department of Justice formally opened its investigation to the Yahoo-Google search advertising partnership. A spokeswoman for the Attorney General Bill McCollum told the Post, "We are reviewing the proposed transaction...

  7. Google CEO Affirms Stance on Independent Yahoo

    Despite the partnership being non-exclusive, the Justice Department formally opened their antitrust investigation into the matter earlier this month. Still, it's no doubt that the search ad deal fuels Schmidt's desire for Yahoo to remain independent.